Aditi Technologies appoints Pradeep Rathinam as President of Aditi US

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 10 January 2007, 06:00 Hrs
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Bangalore: Aditi Technologies, providers of offshore product development services to product companies worldwide, appointed Pradeep Rathinam as President of Aditi US, its North American subsidiary. Pradeep will spearhead Aditi’s sales, marketing and customer facing organization.

Pradeep Rathinam has spent over 16 years in the high-tech industry with the last 12 years at Microsoft. During his wide ranging tenure at Microsoft, he has played various leadership roles in sales, marketing and business development teams in North America and I He is actively involved with the ISV community and is on the Board of the Washington Software Association. Prior to Microsoft, Pradeep worked with subsidiaries of Lotus and Unisys corporations in India.

As President of Aditi Technologies, Pradeep Rathinam will run the Aditi-US operations with primary responsibilities focused on sales and business development of the software product outsourcing and staffing business. His knowledge of the Microsoft field organization and deep experience in building and leading world-class sales and marketing teams across the globe will help Aditi strengthen its position as the pre-eminent Microsoft partner in the Outsourced Product Development (OPD) industry.

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